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Back in the 1950s, at the dawn of science fiction, writers were turning out wildly imaginative stories for the pulp magazines. Robert Silverberg, writing as David Osborne, estimates he wrote over a million words in one year. Here are three more exciting stories from those heady days from the pioneers of science fiction: "Aliens from Space" by David Osborne, "The Man with Three Eyes" by E. L. Arch, and "Conquest of Earth" by Manly.
Public Domain (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • norman
  • 06/03/2012

the good, the bad, and the ugly

This collection was disappointing. The first novel, "Aliens from Space", was corny but still entertaining. "The Man With Three Eyes" was an attempt at comedy with a touch of sf or fantasy, but to me was not interesting. "Conquest of Earth" was an unorigonal fantasy.

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